Georgia is located on the crossroads of Europe and Asia, in the middle and western part of the Greater Caucasus Mountains, between the Black and Caspian Sea Basins, which influence the diversity of natural conditions and create the best environment for viticulture and winemaking.
Georgia is one of the oldest regions of viticulture and winemaking in the world producing quality and high-quality wines, confirmed by the scientific project of Georgian wine and wine culture research, various historical, archaeological, ethnographic and philological studies.
The area of the country is divided into two macroeconomic areas based on the distinctly different features of viticulture and winemaking: East and West Georgia.
East Georgia is dipping to the Caspian Sea and is characterized by moderate continental, dry, subtropical transition. Western Georgia is under the influence of the Black Sea and is characterized by a humid subtropical climate.